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School Overview

About FCES

front of Fall City Elementary School

Fall City Elementary School (FCES) serves approximately 500 students, kindergarten through fifth grade. 

The school went through an extensive remodel in 1999, in the historic location of the original Fall City School and gymnasium built in 1909. 

Today, our school is equipped with a state-of-the-art computer lab, a vast library, gymnasium, interactive white boards in every room, engaging web-based education tools, and a classroom set of mobile technology devices for 21st century learning. 

FCES provides a safe learning environment that strives to meet the individual needs of all students. 

Our Positive Behavior Support system helps create a friendly school climate of inclusion and acceptance.  


  • Fifth grade outdoor education program
  • High level of family involvement
  • Annual Veteran’s Day Program
  • Student Council focus on mentoring, school improvement and community service
  • PTSA sponsors an annual WAT (Walk-a-thon), Science Fair, Reading Hall of Fame, Spelling Night, plus enrichment classes after school
  • PTSA sponsors our Watch D.O.G.S. Program
  • Our strong Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program reinforces a positive school culture
  • The art enrichment program is sponsored by the FCES PTSA

Stats and Scores

Fall City School Report Card
School Improvement Plan

Source: Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website

Fall City Falcons logo

School Colors: Green, white and black
School Mascot: Falcon

About Our District

The Snoqualmie Valley School District (SVSD) is located 30 miles east of Seattle in the beautiful Cascade Mountain foothills of Washington State. The district spans more than 400 square miles and serves families in Fall City, North Bend, Snoqualmie, and surrounding unincorporated areas in King County.  We offer quality public education to approximately 7,200 students in 11 schools — six elementary schools (grades P-5), three middle schools (6-8), one comprehensive high school (9-12), and a Big Picture high school (9-12).  

Snoqualmie Valley District Office building

Alternative learning options offered by our district include Mount Si High School’s Online Courses (9-12), our Parent Partnership Program for families who choose to school their students (K-10) at home, a Transition Learning Center for special education services for ages 18-21, and a 100% Online Learning Program (K-12). 

Since 2019, our students have enjoyed the newly-constructed and expanded Mount Si High School campus, which features a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center. Our district’s One-to-One Computing Initiative equips every student in grades 6-12 with a laptop computer for use at school and home. Thanks to our supportive community that values education, Snoqualmie Valley schools rank among the best in Washington State with a 98% four-year graduation rate.  Learn more from the latest OSPI Snoqualmie Valley School District Report Card.